I'd get up in the morning at about 7 or so because my classes started at 8:00. I was out the door by 7:30 and hustling off to BLCU. On the way I'd stop and get some street food for breakfast - either a Jian Bing Guo Zi or a little wrap with some meat in it (possibly pork, I didn't want to ask uncomfortable questions). Regardless of what I picked up, it was usually less than 5 RMB, so it was super cheap...and FAST. I tried to get some free language practice with the person making my food, but the opportunity was limited to less than 3 minutes!
The classes were split between two different teachers, so after a few hours of one, they'd swap out. I liked the teachers and the method was a good fit for me. The teachers seemed to genuinely care about helping the students learn, but were relaxed enough to share a laugh every now and then.